Archive for May 2018

Spirited Reflection: Finding ways to walk together in faith

May 23, 2018

  Photo of The Rev Dr. Margaret Mullin was taken by Vivian Ketchum. Reconciliation between Indigenous People and the Church will be a centuries-long journey.  I am committed to that journey by virtue of my DNA, Ojibway and Irish/Scottish I…

Post filed in: Spirited Reflections

Crisis in Gaza

May 17, 2018

KAIROS is gravely concerned about the use of lethal military force  against protestors in the Gaza strip, and joins people of faith and conscience from around the world in condemning the killing and injury of so many Palestinians, including civilians,…

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Trailblazer: The Great Climate Race

May 9, 2018

Environmental campaigner Ben West and his partner Mari McMillan initiated The Great Climate Race because they believed in encouraging people to make a difference.  West’s personal experience of running gave him an idea for helping people to connect to the issue…

Post filed in: Ecological Justice

Women Voicing their Resistance to Extractivism

May 9, 2018

“They wanted to silence me, but I told them that it’s about time that I am singing. And I am singing very out loud in my community.”   –Yvonne Sampear, WoMin, South Africa “Nunca nos callaremos. Es por nuestro derecho y…

Post filed in: Gender Justice

Aiming to inspire! Call for Spirited Reflections

May 4, 2018

As a key part of KAIROS’ commitment to faithful action for ecological justice and human rights, we are seeking new Spirited Reflections to help inspire our constituents and others. Spirited Reflections are ethical and theological reflections on the issues facing…

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KAIROS women resist mining at international gathering in Montreal

May 2, 2018

More than 40 women, mostly Indigenous, from 15 countries exchanged experiences and strategies of resilience and resistance against mining in their communities at the Women Resisting Extractivism gathering in Montreal from April 27 to 29. In testimony after testimony the…

Post filed in: Women of Courage

Spirited Reflection: Wandering from post to post

May 2, 2018

Reflective people question everything. It came as no surprise when I set out to examine my theological assumptions. I am not sure if it was inspired by Phyllis Tickle’s idea that every five hundred years or so the church has…

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Colombian women speak peace, May 4 in Toronto

May 2, 2018

KAIROS Canada hosts Colombian partner, Organización Femenina Popular for panel on Women, Peace and Security (Toronto, ON) – Two Colombian women peace builders will visit Toronto on May 4 to share their work in empowering women victims of Colombia’s 50-year…

Post filed in: Latin America, Media Releases, Uncategorized, Women of Courage

Shaping Canada’s New Caregiver Program Post November 2019

May 1, 2018

Canada’s plan to end its Caregiver Program in November 2019 presents a golden opportunity to advocate for improved working conditions and a guaranteed pathway to permanent residency for all migrant workers. In April 2018, KAIROS formally submitted Shaping Canada’s New…

Post filed in: Migrant Justice

KAIROS Times: May 2018

May 1, 2018

Read the May issue of the KAIROS Times

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